The American Artist Creates Collages with Sharp Vectors and Shapes
Artist Human Wreckage transforms historic photographs by overlaying clean shapes, forms, and vectors in his collages. The graduate of Parsons School of Design uses carefully shaded two-dimensional cut-outs to create three-dimensional patterns and motifs in his work. His images belie a parallax effect in the layered strips and affected geometries, and the result is a set of dysptopic visions of the past, present, and future.
View more collages in our recent release The Age of Collage Vol. 2.
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